Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CCMFOHTAM.1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR 13.5 Hotel in Alberta Taylor-Made Preserving Fruits In To-day AA PEACHES, CA per CJ33.......................... tt Cn ITALIAN PRUNES. CA J3.50 9i.au nf BARTLETT PEAH3. v AC A FULL LINE OF ALL FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. THE GOOD CO BLUEBERRIES. balk.l BLACKBERRIES; per crate Per High Claw Grocers Phone 523 MARKETS School Supplies SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, PUBLIC SCHOOL TEXTS, RULERS, ERASERS, PEN POINTS. ETC., ETC. WITH 51.00 WORTH WE ARE GIVING A PEKC1L BOX FREE- THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. PHMI.W Stationer. N.m PmllM H.trf. Make (be MOST of the ices by consign- ing Ywr Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You -Rill realize every cent in it for you, and get your re- turns praroplly- WHITE OH PHONE Office Phone 1313 r.-ildence Phone. N. T. LETHBRJDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. AUGMENT CHINESE MERCHANT MARINE Peklu, Sept. oHcr of the al ed governments to' purchase or char er which were seized iv the ChlBese authorities on the rup- ufe of relations between Germany and 'hlna. has been declined by the gov- ernment. The ships are being turned over to a Chinese syndicate for the ostensible purpose ol augmenting Ihlna's mercantile marir.e- Winnlpee. Sept. spile of bet: ter prices and a very i little business was done IrMhe cash whest martel today, only a oad lots changing hands. Ontario millers were prominent among..the 'buyers. The tull board ol Canadian grain sup- ervisors is In session here today deal- ing with the problem oi Riias 'he new basic price and until they have reach- a decision II Is thought thai Ihe farmers wll not b2 disposed to market heir wheat. It is not likely that tbe board will be able to anEoir.ce n deci- slon-foday. The demand for cash oils today was very good and prices were hall a cent higher for Ihe qualities and Irom one to one and a cent better for Ibe grades. There were in- quiries for cash oats from New York brokers. Barley was in demand. Lo- cal crushers were'in the market for flax hut offerings vere light. OI 21S cars inspected on Wednesday, 173 were ol the new crop and of these STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commiuion MerchanUi Lethe-ridge Our entire organjiation is your service and willi our eiper- ience.we. can sately to get yoii the best prices lor your grain al any lime and for' any grade or kind ot gratav Phone M 1922 Calgary For OfTiet 1865 Lethbridcje j Quota- .Rei. 1811 Lethbrldje) tioni. See Our AgenU who are In your dirtrirt. J. A. CUMMINC Lethbrldge Manager ORE SHIPMENTS Cobalt, Out, Sept.' Ite mouth of .Angust nluen Cobalt com panics contributed ID ore. shipmen'.j total of forty-nine cars containing approiimately pounds were sent ont. as compared with fifiT three cars containing" pounds if Jnly. The July record was the his'nes dorlng the current year and tlie Aua ust oniput holds second rlace. ing with 19 cars cpnlainine nearly one and one-hall million nonrds was th-j heaviest shipper. llo were ui LIIU i-iwi. HUM eight graded number 1 hard and number 1 Northern and nearly all the others were In higher grades. Prices in the future market remain- ed steady around the close, excepting n aai which saw a break of from five o ten cents. Most business was done n oats, being negle'cled after the decline. October closed He higher; De- cember unchanged and May unchang- ed. October closed down; November lower and December 7c down. October barley was changed. Futures May........ 63 115 Effective Emulsion Bronchial affections, chronic coughs and lung .troubles quickly give wax" to the reconstructive powers of our EMULSION OF COD LIVER .OIL WITH HYPO- PHOSPHITES This valuable remedy is a tissue builder and blood, builders which prsmpllx causes all alftctrd tis- .tues to heal and become healthy. It made Irom pure materials and prepared at frfqutnl inter- vals. Always fresh and palatable. PRICE He'and 51-00 The cool fall weather usually creates 'an extra demand (or a good EmuKlon. Keep our Emuls- ion on hand. Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Mi- IITY AN1> DISTRICT 1> Being Redecorated The cilcrior of the Lelhnrldge hotel s brliis thoroughly innovated and now presents i most pleasing'appearance. Elks Meeting B 1> O Elks will mod tonight In heir club rooms. Alberta block, nl S.30 i.iu. A tull attendance is requested. Takes Over Hotel. On October. 1st Jos. Leo lakes over tlio LAthbrldEe-lIotel.'-whlch ho pur chased last sprlne. The property Is being repainted Inside and out. Supreme Court, Supreme Court- will sit here com- menclns September ISth tor crim- inal cases, Mr. Justice Scott presiding. Dr. Tuller to'opcii Here- Dr P Tuller recently re- lurneil from the front Is out o[ (lie icllv for a couple of weeks. On his return be will open an onice Delivery Truck. 1 The1 Imperial Oil Co. has installed a delivery tank truck In the city, and no more Trill horses haul about ens. oline lo the various [illins stations In Ihe illy. ___ Relieves. Principal A W. Sharpies, the new teacher at the High-school, has taken over the printfpalshlp of Central school JOT a clays owing lo Mr. Davidson's ab sence on accoubt o[ sickness. CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Calgary. President Marnouh of (ho Board ot Trade lias gone io Calgary on food control business. A Sanitary Barber Shop CLEANLINESS FIRST WESTBBOOK BROS. On 6Ui Street S. Off 3rd Ave. COAL FOR SALE By Carload DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1909 Oppoe'rte Bink of (Formerly Ott) lontreal. for W. A. 326 321-i, Xov 320 31Sy Dei..........Tl. 314 311 Winip-g Prices Wheat- No 1 Nor...234 Xo-'2 Xo 3 Xor...2iS No. 4 ......207 Xo. a '......152 No-.6 Feed ...156 No" 10. 63% Eilra No. 1 Feed........... Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 ......IIS No. '4 Rejected and Faed ..A....------110 No 1 C. W. 326U Xo.--.2-C. W. Xo. 3 C. W. ...-................3D''i x BORN Mr. and Sirs. G. A. BnkSet of HatHrum, Idaho, on Ang. a son, Anthony Frances Chamher- lain. Shampooing, Comb- ings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC, ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Black Room 1 LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Ptjctt: Wc arc receipt to- day iole Jresk Black- UHtens and 'fifties, BJacklcg Injectors of which" there has been a short- age for soiiie time. _ J. D. HigioUhanfCo Pte Johnion Wounded This morning's casually lists con taln the J. E o Ihe i-Hantry wounued. The Herald has been nnal.le to locate any of Lh relatives ot this soldier, nor 3 1 known with ivhat unit he enlisted. Cogs a Nulianct. Clliicns llvlpg.ln the vicinity he rear of the HunWs Bay are-com plaining of a dog kennel winch Is es- abllshed there. The dogs make tho hl5 wlerd with howling and residents of the district are deep and flesh. Under an old Ihe city solicitor was revested tn wain the owner ol the kennel and If The nuisance dues-nol then abate ac- 'tlon will Ibe taken In police court... In Calgary. C. A. Collcrell, superintendent of the Lclhbrjdge division of the C. P. II. s In Calgary today. It Is understood iat Grant'Hall, General manager ,0! lines has gone lo the coast ut will return east via Lcllihrldec. Record Attendance. i .Tho attendance at Ihe hlRh school n the opening day was 175. Prtn- iiial Dobson eipecls the enrollment vlll reach Ihe 200 mark inside a veck or two. This Is tho heaviest at- cndancc ill the history nf Hie school. .Graying Business. J. D. (Curly) .Thomas and D. Fer- guson have opened a draying business with otHco in iho Kiuprcss block. 1'nclflc Cartage t'o., Is tlio name un- der which the business will bo conducted. Gets Six Months Some- lime ago Hud Lewis, colored, was arrested by the town poHuo of Ta- cr or. a. charge of stealing a waU'li and !35 In.cash from -Mali Jack, a Tab, cr cciesllal. Lewis was committed lor trial r.nd this mornlug aiipcaro.! bctore- Illa Honor Judge Jackson III district courl. He to be Irieil summir- llj- mid cnlercd.a pica or -guilty." He was sentenced lo sis months In Ihe provincial jail. Before sending him out. U> lits temporary home, Iho pro- vlncial police took finger prints and lierillton measurements, the first they have taken since "O" division head- quarters were established Iic7c. Track Prlcei 'micat Oats......55H Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice EleerE. choice Have U> Install YwFiroaceNOW So It will all ready to mt TthM' needed. TVa nre prepared to put'In. new .fines, cold air hoiei.'or to balld mn entire (urc- ace If required. We have ample riciilllM (nil cnunl skill. Ton detttod upon fiur work ci-ery lime and you'll (Ird upon Inijulry that our_ charges ue always ci IremelT relMnablp. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHiRlDOE, ALBERTA t Superior Supply Co. :nd Ave. S. and 11th Street. MININO, BU1LDINB t RAILWAY SUPPLIKI EQUIPMfNT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS OANO PLOWS SULKICS FORD >TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER CNQIUEt PHONE A BLUE LINE CAR Prlcu Wheat' .'....201 Oali .'.....52', Flai ...SOI Barley '.....101 150 lo 250 Choice WlllDS wetherj. sheared lOc. Choice killing sheared, 9c- ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held In Ihey. ol P. all on Saturday, Sept. 8, al 0 p.m. verybody wc'comc. Good orchestra n attendance. CenU 75c, ladies free. 226-1! The ladles' aid of Hardlovllle are oldlng an Impromptu social Thursday venlng. Sept. filb, al 7.30. Admission a to be an article suitable lor the ta- aar, either lo be made or' already made. Children 6 ccnlB. COAL ORDERS Taken it CUIxcni' Lumber Co, JOHN MURRAY Removal Sale AT WILSON'S AUCTION GALLERIES Just Before We Hove We Are Offering the Followins Bamalnt. 2 Large DavsnporU, reeular price HO.M. OA AA Sale Price........'. JW'VW 1 Rotary Sewing Mlchine Nearly new. Regular price Price 40.0V 1 ainjer Stwlna in per- fect order. _ Only 1 Fumed Oak Buffet, New. Going at........ 1 Ml-slan Oak Buffet with fancy leaded gbpg doora and plate mirror. OC "Only............... fcD.yW 1 Gai Ranss. OA Aft Nearly hew. iV.UW THESE PRICES ARE COST. Office S F i E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO HARPER OFFICE FURNiTURE, TYPEWRITERS 'OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4lh Ave- and 5lh St. NOTICE There are, in Southern many tracts of Hnd'now lylnt: Ifllo which should be pronucInE trying times c[ food shortage aril 'nigh? prices. Mucn.ol this land is owned by non-reslSenls who vonld he only too Elad lo have it produc- ing -were It not for the (act that they are unaule to give It personal attention am' have no one properly nualified to look ntter It for them, secure tenants, collect B, look niter land payments, talcs, In- surance, etc. I am endeavoring to meet liila demand, ond oltcr my services in Ihia capacity. Having leased my lands for a, term of years I am prepared to devote practically my lime tc this work and believe that my eleven years of actual farming experience in the Coalaale District will enable me to produce satisfactory results Banking and'otner references fur hlshcd. If you have friends at distance owning land In Rquthern I AlberU, please pass this notice along. also be glad to hear from tenants desiring furms for next year or a term of years. W. H. PAWSON, JR. Room 11, Stafford Blk, Lelhbridge JUST .LIKE RAISING YOUR OWN. CHICKENS WHEN YOU ORDER From ill. You1 -will be pleated with every bird. Delanys Meat Co. YOU GET FIRST QUALITY MEAT-FROM US. When We Leave Your House you can depsn-J OR IL that JDTIT plumbing Is in perfect condition. glrcj each Job our beat-ef- forts whclhcr It be the InsUll- atlpn ol a new nokeless toilet or the repairing of a fMfclnf plpo or Jolnl, When ft plumbing need call us np. Will Tcnpond promplly and do what is nceiitd in the Bamc Walker PLUMBINO, HtATINO AMD 4th H AY WANTED A few carloads ot Rood hay for prom ill shipment. Adrtjc quality and fiuanllly and when delivery can he made. HAY ORAIN CO. 1221 Second 3. Phone 732 Mason Risch Limited VTctnTn, Irt, Musical And all Ihe necessary equipment, Shooting Licenses. Consumers Hardware Go. (20 FIFTH PHONE -1212 LETHBRIDOE i!